After a short test period, Mozilla is launching its VPN service in six countries: the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia. The app is available on Android, iOS and Windows with support for Mac and Linux coming soon.

Mozilla VPN (formerly known as Firefox Private Network) asks for $ 4.99 and claims to offer two main advantages over its competitors. For one, the overall browsing should be considerably faster due to the highly optimized code and, secondly, Mozilla says that it is collecting only the user data that is absolutely necessary in order to keep its service active but it does not keep records or sells your data.

There is also an integrated VPN service for Firefox browsers in the pipeline and the company will charge you $ 2.99 per month for unlimited browsing.


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